American Express will limit the way its Serve customers can load money on to the “full-service” prepaid banking platform. Amex disclosed yesterday that it will no longer allow Serve customers to use non-American Express credit cards to load cash on to Serve, which is effectively an online banking service, muchRead More
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GoBank, the mobile-first bank from Green Dot Corp., is now being rolled out across Walmart’s network of more than 4,000 stores. Pictured below are GoBank checking cards on the rack of prepaid cards located next to Walmart’s financial center, where customers can cash checks and pay bills, at a Walmart location inRead More
Apparently GoBank’s experiment letting users choose their monthly fees didn’t work out so well. GoBank has been out of action lately, not allowing new members for the past several months.
American Express released a major update to its Bluebird and Serve iOS apps yesterday to make them easier to use and perform better.
As The Bancorp faces difficulties in prepaid, American Express wants to deepen its involvement with its prepaid customers — so much so that the company is giving $5 to Serve customers willing to verify their email addresses.
No company is too legit to quit a service — not even one of the largest card issuers in America.
Last week, American Express announced that it is eliminating one of the carrier billing features attached to its digital payment and commerce platform Serve. Effective July 26, Bill My Phone will no longer be offered through Serve. Bill My Phone lets users initiate online purchases with their U.S. wireless telephone number.